Netflix cancels its latest drama series after one season

Always have their finger on the pulse, it’s clear that Netflix gave the ax for one of its latest drama TV shows. almost It wasn’t even announced. as you noticed TV lineSeries creator and star Julie Delpy confirmed the news in an Instagram post after a curious fan asked about the status of the drama. “Cancelled” before the sun rise “But they forgot to announce its cancellation,” the actress replied. Fans flocked to the responses to express their displeasure with the decision Netflix made, not only canceling but the streaming service never announced it to fans.

almost The first twelve episodes of season one, and now the final, aired again in September of 2021. Not only did Delpy create and star in the series, he also had a role in writing all twelve episodes and directing five of them. The series also starred Elizabeth Shaw, Sarah Jones, Alexia Lando, Matthew Demi, Troy Garity, Tim Sharp, and Giovanni Ribisi. A previously released synopsis of the series described it as follows: “Four women, a chef, a single mother, an heiress and a job seeker, delve into love and work, with the generous side of midlife crises, in Los Angeles before the pandemic.”

At the time of its release, the series only contained 60% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 5.9 out of 10. Positive reviews of the series reflected on the show’s main characters being middle-aged women, while also highlighting humor, while negative reviews noted how the series focuses on “too ‘excellent'” at its expense. It almost felt like something had been envisioned in a boardroom.

A reflection of the series’ poor viewership could have been seen in the weekly metrics for Netflix debut. After calls for more transparency last year, Netflix began releasing weekly summaries of the most popular movies and TV shows on the platform, revealing the minutes each title aired during a week on Netflix. At the time, On the Verge failed to feature in the top 10 TV shows of any time, with data for the daily Top 10 TV shows coming in at number eight, and peaking at #5 after nearly a week on the service. After 12 days on Netflix, the show no longer appears in the daily Top 10 list. Perhaps one major factor that can be attributed to the lack of interest in the show at the time of its debut, it only managed to hit Netflix before the worldwide release of the Squid Game.


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